Home | Our Schemes
Showing Results For:
The scheme consists of the conversion of the former Cookridge Hospital Ida Wing into 6 apartments and the construction of a new three-storey building to provide 58 apartments which provide housing and extra care for residents.
The Ida Wing conversion includes a salon, café, laundry room, buggy store with charging points, care and support facilities, guest bedroom and office facilities for housing management staff.
The site is located at the heart of the Cookridge Hospital site and comprises the Grade II listed Ida Wing and land which was previously occupied by a nurse’s accommodation block and had previously been demolished.
The split-level design creates a large and level courtyard amenity space between the new and existing building. The large central courtyard will include landscaping with paths, raised planting beds, ornamental planting and seating spaces.
All of the 64 apartments have been designed in line with the University of Stirling’s Design Criteria for Dementia Care and provide ongoing care and support services for the elderly, enabling residents to maintain their independence and quality of life whilst living in their own home.
The aim of the facility is to bridge the gap between ordinary sheltered housing and residential care.
Delivered by our commercial build division, De Wint Court is a new extra care development comprising of 50 one-bedroom apartments and 20 two-bedroom apartments with supported accommodation facilities.
The facility will be constructed over two and three storeys and will include additional amenities such as a public restaurant, public hair salon, wellbeing centre, lounge and a 35-space car park for residents and their families to use.
The site is located south west of Lincoln City Centre and is within a predominantly residential area. The existing vacant two storey sheltered accommodation building will be demolished to make way for the new extra care facility.
Winchester Avenue is a development of 60 extra care apartments, complete with communal facilities and secure landscaped grounds. The accommodation allows residents to live independently with easy access to social activities and care support.
Designed in line with the University of Stirling’s Design Criteria for Dementia Care, the apartments provide accessible, open plan, adaptable living areas with domestic feeling kitchens and wet rooms.
To encourage community interaction and reduce isolation, the ground floor includes a communal lounge and dining area, occupational therapy space, hairdressing salon, mobility buggy store and areas for staff and carers.
Please get in touch with our business development team, we are keen to hear about all potential business development opportunities.